Sports Analytics: The Road to $1 Billion (Predicting the first $1 Billion Dollar Salaried Athlete)

In the past 10 years, or more specifically since the new television deals were inked, Professional Sports Athletes have seen dramatic increases in salaries, signing bonuses and overall cash compensation. In the last year, we’ve seen a $300 million contract in Baseball (Giancarlo Stanton), and 3 $200 million contracts in Basketball (Steph Curry, James Harden, […]

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Black Friday 2016: Best Electronics (TVs & Tablets) Available [Tool]

Click Here To Return To The Black Friday Tool Repository Tool 1: Tablets – Step-By-Step Guide (Click the Thumbnail to go to the full sized tool) Search for either an individual brand or stores (that might be near you) Choose what matters most to you (Price, Savings, etc.) You can see both the best deals, […]

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Smokers can leave up to $6 Million on the table by spending their money on Cigarettes

Have you seen the new #Squadless commercials the Anti-Smoking Groups released the past couple weeks across the U.S? If not, they are pretty funny (Commercial Here), and just one of many TV spots that have been very effective in reducing smoking over the past decade (I Think We All Remember the “Skin Tax” one). Their […]

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Tennis’ U.S. Open has seen almost 300% increases in prize money over the last 10 years

The U.S. Open just ended this past weekend, with Stan Wawrinka and Angelique Kerber winning a record $3.5 MILLION EACH, the highest total won as an individual in sports history (not including Boxing). I’ve been playing and enjoying tennis since I was 2 years old, but have not followed rankings and winnings since the early […]

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